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Judoka Delpopolo expelled from Olympics for positive marijuana test
American judoka Nicholas Delpopolo has been thrown out of the Olympics after a failed drug test he blamed on inadvertently eating food that had been baked with marijuana. The 23-year-old has been disqualified from the 73-kilogram class competition by ...
Nick Delpopolo Disqualified From 2012 Olympics After Failing Drug Test ...  International Business Times
Disgraced US Olympian I Didn't Mean to Eat Those WEED Brownies  TMZ.com
There's something (potentially dangerous) about molly
Officers can catch users of marijuana -- the most common drug on Penn State's campus, according to Parham -- in the act because of the drug's conspicuous odor.
Low interest rates throw wrench into retirements
Bill Wixon, head of Wixon Financial Advisors Inc. in Maple Grove, said he sees many people "paying more and getting less" for popular retirement products.
More teens using drugs at school, study shows
Compared to teens who are never home alone overnight, those who have been left home alone overnight are twice as likely to have used marijuana, twice as likely to have used alcohol and nearly three times likelier to have used tobacco. Teens were four ...
Survey: 17% of high schoolers drink, smoke, use drugs during school day  CNN (blog)
School Drug Use: Survey Finds 17 Percent Of High School Students Drink ...  Huffington Post
Teen Marijuana Use Linked To IQ Loss
Frequent marijuana use before the age of 18 may cause irreversible harm to a person's intelligence, attention and memory, scientists claim.
Pot smoking may leave mark on teen brains  CNN
Does Marijuana Use by Teens Really Cause a Drop in IQ?  TIME
Ayn Rand: Her Economic Views, Backed By Paul Ryan, Would Result In A US Dystopia
... sure, the American economic system has many benefits, the chief among these being: entrepreneurship, innovation, ingenuity, dynamism, reward for work, risk taking, wealth building, a more-efficient deployment of resources, and the primacy of ...
Bill Nye The Science Guy Not Dead, Despite Twitter Rumors [VIDEO]
Scientist and educator William Sanford Nye, a.k.a. "Bill Nye the Science Guy," spoke out against creationism in a YouTube video published on Thursday, Aug. 23.
New geek chic: Mohawks in, pocket protectors out
With hit television shows celebrating geeks, like "The Big Bang Theory," science-lover Obama in the White House, and especially regular people using more technology in their daily lives, Denmead sees what he calls "normals" becoming more geek-like.
Instacube: Hey Instagram, Your Hardware Solution Just Launched On Kickstarter ...
Every now and then, a product comes along that makes so much sense, we wonder why we haven't always had a product like this. Once we own it, we wonder how we ever lived without it.
Yale study: Marijuana may really be gateway drug
Anti-drug advocates who have admonished for years that marijuana is a "gateway drug" may be on to something, according to a study by Yale University School of Medicine researchers.